Advantages of affiliate marketing and how you can benefit

Posted on Sunday, February 7th 2010 11:57 pm by menj in Affiliates, Internet

Many people exertion to the Pay-Per-Click (PPC) technique, just to detect that whenever they don’t use this technique properly, and don’t convince, they’re misplacing profit every day. For instance, whenever you’re commercializing an electronic product, such as an eBook, or program download, and your commission on the sale of an exclusive item is $30 but your unable PPC campaign burns through more than $30 in clicks per day, you’re not doing too well. At this charge per unit, in 3 days you’ll be belt down $90 and have to betray three points to just break-even, which turns hopeless due to the cycle that has set out.

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    • The Inc says:

      July 16th, 2012 at 4:44 pm

      I’m interested to know what Google/Yahoo and other advertising programs don’t offer that they should. PPC is supporting fraudulent activity but PPA is difficult to measure, or is it?

    • Marshal says:

      July 16th, 2012 at 5:48 pm

      I work for a media group, i.e. my newsroom is in charge of several publications. There’s a newspaper that’s considered the newsroom’s primary publication, as well as several others. I work for one of the minor magazines in that media group, whose market is pretty much still being tested. However, I’m gaining the major newspaper’s editors’ attention with my works as a reporter, and colleagues in my newsroom have expressed their appreciation for my writings.

      Recently there’s been this documentary project on a subject I’m really passionate about, and in any case I’d like to write about it and have it published. Due to the segmentation of my magazine, this story cannot run there. That’s why I’m pitching to the newspaper. So really, in my heart, I’d do it for the love of it rather than for the money.

      However, I’ve also been told that as a professional you need to be consistent in treating your pieces as a business commodity that deserves to be paid for.

      A few copy editors from the major newspaper have written for my magazine and gotten paid extra as freelancers for their published pieces. However, I’ve also heard of reporters and copy editors from other magazines getting paid nothing for writing for the newspaper.

      Now, I can understand if I get paid nothing if I had been using material from the same reportage to write different stories for different publications, because of course the point of having a convergent media group is to share resources. However, if writing the story for the newspaper would mean that I’ll have to moonlight on top of my magazine job and do an exclusive reportage that doesn’t run in my magazine, then I think I deserve to get paid as a freelancer. Especially that other people within the group have been treated as such.

      Anyway, this story that I’m pitching… I really, really would love to do it and have it published on a media with considerable national exposure. It could be a precious milestone in my career even if I don’t get paid for it. Plus the people I’d be interviewing for this happen to be people I want to connect and keep in touch with. I’ve even been offered an exclusive interview arrangement which I don’t think other media have access to.

      But then I also fear that if I easily agree to do this for free, the newspaper editor may think that I value my work too cheaply, and so the media group can take advantage of me in that way. I think selling one’s hard work cheap is a sign of weakness, and I certainly don’t want to come across as weak. I know that I’m an excellent writer, I work hard and drive extra miles to make my pieces happen, and I’m passionate about what I do… but I always push for my rights. Among my colleagues in the minor magazine, I’m the most adamant about getting my reportage costs reimbursed and contesting editors’ decisions that I don’t agree with, but I gain this confidence because my excellence and consistency give me bargaining power.

      So here I am, a minor magazine reporter, pitching a story for the major newspaper. It’s a story I’m passionate about reporting, it cannot run in my magazine, so I’m pitching it to a media where the story is better suited.

      What are my rights before the newspaper editors, and how should I assert them? Should I insist on getting paid, or can doing a first cross-publication story for free give me better advantages in the long run?

      If the newspaper decides not to pay me, and accepting that does not benefit me in any way, should I pitch it to another newspaper / magazine that isn’t affiliated with my media group instead? If yes, then how do I get my pitch noticed and accepted on short notice by editors I don’t know personally?

    • Boo Cookie says:

      July 16th, 2012 at 6:04 pm

      I am running my website and about to promote it. Also I am doing my PPC campaign.
      I need to affiliate with a potential network which will spread my products through google adwords.

    • mr flibble says:

      July 16th, 2012 at 9:40 pm

      pay per click advertising?singles and dating seem to have the most people so… where can i find pay per click advertising? i dont care at all what it is about or what its for or anything i just want to find some company that will let me post a link that i get paid for if people click on it? help please???

    • TommyKay says:

      July 17th, 2012 at 7:10 am

      I’m interested to know what Google/Yahoo and other advertising programs don’t offer that they should. PPC is supporting fraudulent activity but PPA is difficult to measure, or is it?

    • Hannah says:

      July 18th, 2012 at 11:11 am

      I want to start up my own PPC advertising network like Google Adsense/Adwords, Bidvertiser, Infolinks, etc.

      Question is, how do you get advertisers to join the network and offer money to publishers to click the ads?

    • Mr SoLo DoLo says:

      July 19th, 2012 at 10:29 pm

      I am working on my PPC campaign and calculating the past income and I want make complete statistics and graph with my feedback, income and investment.

    • Bryant B says:

      July 20th, 2012 at 2:14 am

      Pretty much what the top says;

      Explain the difference between a linear and a concave production possibility curve. in detail

      p.s can you also mention the difference in opportunity cost and the reason why the opportunity cost is defferent between linear and concave PPC

      thanks in advance XD

    • Blake says:

      July 20th, 2012 at 10:37 pm

      Im starting a pay per click program for a product. When running ppc campaings what is a good number amount of keywords to use?

    • Ryan Z says:

      July 20th, 2012 at 10:46 pm

      I work for a media group, i.e. my newsroom is in charge of several publications. There’s a newspaper that’s considered the newsroom’s primary publication, as well as several others. I work for one of the minor magazines in that media group, whose market is pretty much still being tested. However, I’m gaining the major newspaper’s editors’ attention with my works as a reporter, and colleagues in my newsroom have expressed their appreciation for my writings.

      Recently there’s been this documentary project on a subject I’m really passionate about, and in any case I’d like to write about it and have it published. Due to the segmentation of my magazine, this story cannot run there. That’s why I’m pitching to the newspaper. So really, in my heart, I’d do it for the love of it rather than for the money.

      However, I’ve also been told that as a professional you need to be consistent in treating your pieces as a business commodity that deserves to be paid for.

      A few copy editors from the major newspaper have written for my magazine and gotten paid extra as freelancers for their published pieces. However, I’ve also heard of reporters and copy editors from other magazines getting paid nothing for writing for the newspaper.

      Now, I can understand if I get paid nothing if I had been using material from the same reportage to write different stories for different publications, because of course the point of having a convergent media group is to share resources. However, if writing the story for the newspaper would mean that I’ll have to moonlight on top of my magazine job and do an exclusive reportage that doesn’t run in my magazine, then I think I deserve to get paid as a freelancer. Especially that other people within the group have been treated as such.

      Anyway, this story that I’m pitching… I really, really would love to do it and have it published on a media with considerable national exposure. It could be a precious milestone in my career even if I don’t get paid for it. Plus the people I’d be interviewing for this happen to be people I want to connect and keep in touch with. I’ve even been offered an exclusive interview arrangement which I don’t think other media have access to.

      But then I also fear that if I easily agree to do this for free, the newspaper editor may think that I value my work too cheaply, and so the media group can take advantage of me in that way. I think selling one’s hard work cheap is a sign of weakness, and I certainly don’t want to come across as weak. I know that I’m an excellent writer, I work hard and drive extra miles to make my pieces happen, and I’m passionate about what I do… but I always push for my rights. Among my colleagues in the minor magazine, I’m the most adamant about getting my reportage costs reimbursed and contesting editors’ decisions that I don’t agree with, but I gain this confidence because my excellence and consistency give me bargaining power.

      So here I am, a minor magazine reporter, pitching a story for the major newspaper. It’s a story I’m passionate about reporting, it cannot run in my magazine, so I’m pitching it to a media where the story is better suited.

      What are my rights before the newspaper editors, and how should I assert them? Should I insist on getting paid, or can doing a first cross-publication story for free give me better advantages in the long run?

      If the newspaper decides not to pay me, and accepting that does not benefit me in any way, should I pitch it to another newspaper / magazine that isn’t affiliated with my media group instead? If yes, then how do I get my pitch noticed and accepted on short notice by editors I don’t know personally?

    • liza says:

      July 21st, 2012 at 12:28 am

      I need a site that can help me find the current top bids for a PPC keyword on Adwords.

      Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    • callofduty5123412 says:

      July 24th, 2012 at 12:09 pm

      I have a Zune and a mobile windows PPC. I would like to get video content. Is Limewire a good place to get video content (not porn but perhaps TV or movie clips)? What application can I use to convert the videos to mobile size?

    • turg143 says:

      July 27th, 2012 at 6:55 am

      I work for a media group, i.e. my newsroom is in charge of several publications. There’s a newspaper that’s considered the newsroom’s primary publication, as well as several others. I work for one of the minor magazines in that media group, whose market is pretty much still being tested. However, I’m gaining the major newspaper’s editors’ attention with my works as a reporter, and colleagues in my newsroom have expressed their appreciation for my writings.

      Recently there’s been this documentary project on a subject I’m really passionate about, and in any case I’d like to write about it and have it published. Due to the segmentation of my magazine, this story cannot run there. That’s why I’m pitching to the newspaper. So really, in my heart, I’d do it for the love of it rather than for the money.

      However, I’ve also been told that as a professional you need to be consistent in treating your pieces as a business commodity that deserves to be paid for.

      A few copy editors from the major newspaper have written for my magazine and gotten paid extra as freelancers for their published pieces. However, I’ve also heard of reporters and copy editors from other magazines getting paid nothing for writing for the newspaper.

      Now, I can understand if I get paid nothing if I had been using material from the same reportage to write different stories for different publications, because of course the point of having a convergent media group is to share resources. However, if writing the story for the newspaper would mean that I’ll have to moonlight on top of my magazine job and do an exclusive reportage that doesn’t run in my magazine, then I think I deserve to get paid as a freelancer. Especially that other people within the group have been treated as such.

      Anyway, this story that I’m pitching… I really, really would love to do it and have it published on a media with considerable national exposure. It could be a precious milestone in my career even if I don’t get paid for it. Plus the people I’d be interviewing for this happen to be people I want to connect and keep in touch with. I’ve even been offered an exclusive interview arrangement which I don’t think other media have access to.

      But then I also fear that if I easily agree to do this for free, the newspaper editor may think that I value my work too cheaply, and so the media group can take advantage of me in that way. I think selling one’s hard work cheap is a sign of weakness, and I certainly don’t want to come across as weak. I know that I’m an excellent writer, I work hard and drive extra miles to make my pieces happen, and I’m passionate about what I do… but I always push for my rights. Among my colleagues in the minor magazine, I’m the most adamant about getting my reportage costs reimbursed and contesting editors’ decisions that I don’t agree with, but I gain this confidence because my excellence and consistency give me bargaining power.

      So here I am, a minor magazine reporter, pitching a story for the major newspaper. It’s a story I’m passionate about reporting, it cannot run in my magazine, so I’m pitching it to a media where the story is better suited.

      What are my rights before the newspaper editors, and how should I assert them? Should I insist on getting paid, or can doing a first cross-publication story for free give me better advantages in the long run?

      If the newspaper decides not to pay me, and accepting that does not benefit me in any way, should I pitch it to another newspaper / magazine that isn’t affiliated with my media group instead? If yes, then how do I get my pitch noticed and accepted on short notice by editors I don’t know personally?

    • stingerms says:

      July 27th, 2012 at 5:33 pm

      I work for a media group, i.e. my newsroom is in charge of several publications. There’s a newspaper that’s considered the newsroom’s primary publication, as well as several others. I work for one of the minor magazines in that media group, whose market is pretty much still being tested. However, I’m gaining the major newspaper’s editors’ attention with my works as a reporter, and colleagues in my newsroom have expressed their appreciation for my writings.

      Recently there’s been this documentary project on a subject I’m really passionate about, and in any case I’d like to write about it and have it published. Due to the segmentation of my magazine, this story cannot run there. That’s why I’m pitching to the newspaper. So really, in my heart, I’d do it for the love of it rather than for the money.

      However, I’ve also been told that as a professional you need to be consistent in treating your pieces as a business commodity that deserves to be paid for.

      A few copy editors from the major newspaper have written for my magazine and gotten paid extra as freelancers for their published pieces. However, I’ve also heard of reporters and copy editors from other magazines getting paid nothing for writing for the newspaper.

      Now, I can understand if I get paid nothing if I had been using material from the same reportage to write different stories for different publications, because of course the point of having a convergent media group is to share resources. However, if writing the story for the newspaper would mean that I’ll have to moonlight on top of my magazine job and do an exclusive reportage that doesn’t run in my magazine, then I think I deserve to get paid as a freelancer. Especially that other people within the group have been treated as such.

      Anyway, this story that I’m pitching… I really, really would love to do it and have it published on a media with considerable national exposure. It could be a precious milestone in my career even if I don’t get paid for it. Plus the people I’d be interviewing for this happen to be people I want to connect and keep in touch with. I’ve even been offered an exclusive interview arrangement which I don’t think other media have access to.

      But then I also fear that if I easily agree to do this for free, the newspaper editor may think that I value my work too cheaply, and so the media group can take advantage of me in that way. I think selling one’s hard work cheap is a sign of weakness, and I certainly don’t want to come across as weak. I know that I’m an excellent writer, I work hard and drive extra miles to make my pieces happen, and I’m passionate about what I do… but I always push for my rights. Among my colleagues in the minor magazine, I’m the most adamant about getting my reportage costs reimbursed and contesting editors’ decisions that I don’t agree with, but I gain this confidence because my excellence and consistency give me bargaining power.

      So here I am, a minor magazine reporter, pitching a story for the major newspaper. It’s a story I’m passionate about reporting, it cannot run in my magazine, so I’m pitching it to a media where the story is better suited.

      What are my rights before the newspaper editors, and how should I assert them? Should I insist on getting paid, or can doing a first cross-publication story for free give me better advantages in the long run?

      If the newspaper decides not to pay me, and accepting that does not benefit me in any way, should I pitch it to another newspaper / magazine that isn’t affiliated with my media group instead? If yes, then how do I get my pitch noticed and accepted on short notice by editors I don’t know personally?

    • Death Knight says:

      August 1st, 2012 at 7:34 am

      I work for a media group, i.e. my newsroom is in charge of several publications. There’s a newspaper that’s considered the newsroom’s primary publication, as well as several others. I work for one of the minor magazines in that media group, whose market is pretty much still being tested. However, I’m gaining the major newspaper’s editors’ attention with my works as a reporter, and colleagues in my newsroom have expressed their appreciation for my writings.

      Recently there’s been this documentary project on a subject I’m really passionate about, and in any case I’d like to write about it and have it published. Due to the segmentation of my magazine, this story cannot run there. That’s why I’m pitching to the newspaper. So really, in my heart, I’d do it for the love of it rather than for the money.

      However, I’ve also been told that as a professional you need to be consistent in treating your pieces as a business commodity that deserves to be paid for.

      A few copy editors from the major newspaper have written for my magazine and gotten paid extra as freelancers for their published pieces. However, I’ve also heard of reporters and copy editors from other magazines getting paid nothing for writing for the newspaper.

      Now, I can understand if I get paid nothing if I had been using material from the same reportage to write different stories for different publications, because of course the point of having a convergent media group is to share resources. However, if writing the story for the newspaper would mean that I’ll have to moonlight on top of my magazine job and do an exclusive reportage that doesn’t run in my magazine, then I think I deserve to get paid as a freelancer. Especially that other people within the group have been treated as such.

      Anyway, this story that I’m pitching… I really, really would love to do it and have it published on a media with considerable national exposure. It could be a precious milestone in my career even if I don’t get paid for it. Plus the people I’d be interviewing for this happen to be people I want to connect and keep in touch with. I’ve even been offered an exclusive interview arrangement which I don’t think other media have access to.

      But then I also fear that if I easily agree to do this for free, the newspaper editor may think that I value my work too cheaply, and so the media group can take advantage of me in that way. I think selling one’s hard work cheap is a sign of weakness, and I certainly don’t want to come across as weak. I know that I’m an excellent writer, I work hard and drive extra miles to make my pieces happen, and I’m passionate about what I do… but I always push for my rights. Among my colleagues in the minor magazine, I’m the most adamant about getting my reportage costs reimbursed and contesting editors’ decisions that I don’t agree with, but I gain this confidence because my excellence and consistency give me bargaining power.

      So here I am, a minor magazine reporter, pitching a story for the major newspaper. It’s a story I’m passionate about reporting, it cannot run in my magazine, so I’m pitching it to a media where the story is better suited.

      What are my rights before the newspaper editors, and how should I assert them? Should I insist on getting paid, or can doing a first cross-publication story for free give me better advantages in the long run?

      If the newspaper decides not to pay me, and accepting that does not benefit me in any way, should I pitch it to another newspaper / magazine that isn’t affiliated with my media group instead? If yes, then how do I get my pitch noticed and accepted on short notice by editors I don’t know personally?

    • unbleevable39 says:

      August 13th, 2012 at 4:36 pm

      I have an online store and the profit margin on various items range from about 20-$100. I have heard PPC advertising does work, but I have tried it with my store and it just did not work out.

    • wwwavid360gamercom says:

      August 18th, 2012 at 7:56 am

      I would like to do both, a combination of PPC and Affiliate marketing how do I get my hands into both? Thank you for the google adsense can you help me with affiliate marketing.

    • Brody S says:

      August 25th, 2012 at 12:38 pm

      I work for a media group, i.e. my newsroom is in charge of several publications. There’s a newspaper that’s considered the newsroom’s primary publication, as well as several others. I work for one of the minor magazines in that media group, whose market is pretty much still being tested. However, I’m gaining the major newspaper’s editors’ attention with my works as a reporter, and colleagues in my newsroom have expressed their appreciation for my writings.

      Recently there’s been this documentary project on a subject I’m really passionate about, and in any case I’d like to write about it and have it published. Due to the segmentation of my magazine, this story cannot run there. That’s why I’m pitching to the newspaper. So really, in my heart, I’d do it for the love of it rather than for the money.

      However, I’ve also been told that as a professional you need to be consistent in treating your pieces as a business commodity that deserves to be paid for.

      A few copy editors from the major newspaper have written for my magazine and gotten paid extra as freelancers for their published pieces. However, I’ve also heard of reporters and copy editors from other magazines getting paid nothing for writing for the newspaper.

      Now, I can understand if I get paid nothing if I had been using material from the same reportage to write different stories for different publications, because of course the point of having a convergent media group is to share resources. However, if writing the story for the newspaper would mean that I’ll have to moonlight on top of my magazine job and do an exclusive reportage that doesn’t run in my magazine, then I think I deserve to get paid as a freelancer. Especially that other people within the group have been treated as such.

      Anyway, this story that I’m pitching… I really, really would love to do it and have it published on a media with considerable national exposure. It could be a precious milestone in my career even if I don’t get paid for it. Plus the people I’d be interviewing for this happen to be people I want to connect and keep in touch with. I’ve even been offered an exclusive interview arrangement which I don’t think other media have access to.

      But then I also fear that if I easily agree to do this for free, the newspaper editor may think that I value my work too cheaply, and so the media group can take advantage of me in that way. I think selling one’s hard work cheap is a sign of weakness, and I certainly don’t want to come across as weak. I know that I’m an excellent writer, I work hard and drive extra miles to make my pieces happen, and I’m passionate about what I do… but I always push for my rights. Among my colleagues in the minor magazine, I’m the most adamant about getting my reportage costs reimbursed and contesting editors’ decisions that I don’t agree with, but I gain this confidence because my excellence and consistency give me bargaining power.

      So here I am, a minor magazine reporter, pitching a story for the major newspaper. It’s a story I’m passionate about reporting, it cannot run in my magazine, so I’m pitching it to a media where the story is better suited.

      What are my rights before the newspaper editors, and how should I assert them? Should I insist on getting paid, or can doing a first cross-publication story for free give me better advantages in the long run?

      If the newspaper decides not to pay me, and accepting that does not benefit me in any way, should I pitch it to another newspaper / magazine that isn’t affiliated with my media group instead? If yes, then how do I get my pitch noticed and accepted on short notice by editors I don’t know personally?

    • Rishi says:

      September 15th, 2012 at 9:04 am

      Hello, I am deciding to get into internet affiliate marketing and I am completely new to the process. I’ve heard that certain affiliate networks will contact you by phone and ask some preliminary questions before approving you as an affiliate. What will I be asked and how should I go about the process since I am just starting to get my feet wet with making money online? Thanks for any help!

    • che-che says:

      September 15th, 2012 at 9:44 pm

      What is the best mobile casino affiliate program?
      I would like to start working as a mobile casino affiliate, i think it is a great market and in the future it’ll grow and exceed the online one. I heard that the best current mobile casino affiliate program and the best mobile casino is mFortune.co.uk. Does anybody have any experience working with them? Is there any advice you can give to a beginner? Thank you, any advice would be appreciated.

    • MentallyCryppled says:

      September 21st, 2012 at 3:47 pm

      Could somebody please explain how does affiliate marketing work, and how do people make money from it.
      P.S: I need only answers no links to join some groups and thereby asking to pay certain amount to proceed. Thanks.

    • Beavis says:

      September 21st, 2012 at 3:49 pm

      Searching for the affiliate marketing solution, i found an internet marketing training program that is offered by some wealthy affiliate university. I want to ask that where this university is located and what is the training procedure followed in this university.

    • Michael C says:

      September 21st, 2012 at 4:28 pm

      I want to start an online business and I am not sure what is the difference between a wholesale supplier and affiliate marketing. I understand that wholesale companies will dropship for you and affiliate marketing is based on sales. Which one should I do? Should I do a combination of both? Also, do you need a shopping cart for an affiliate marketing business?? Thanks!

    • John says:

      September 22nd, 2012 at 8:17 am

      Are there any affiliate programs related to family friendly media or to the promotion of traditional values, the constitution, free enterprise, capitalism, etc? Or, any good suggestions on monetizing a site that promotes such things?

    • Andres C says:

      October 1st, 2012 at 9:16 pm

      I am planning on creating a website that is set up specifically targeted at selling affiliate products. I am wondering if anyone has experience with a specific market or product and could share it with me.

      I would like to sell multiple products from one market is possible and optimize the site for that product type or market.

      Thanks
      Justin

    • Lachlan says:

      October 25th, 2012 at 8:28 am

      I want to start my own internet marketing business, and I want to Affiliate. What tips can you guys give me to start and to be successful at it?

    • Hannah says:

      October 25th, 2012 at 9:02 pm

      Hello, i am a college student looking to make some additional money at my own pace and not with a company. And by company i mean a at location job. Anyways i am looking for a program that has to deal with the latest electronics and computers. Any suggestions?

      If their are no suggestions to an affiliate program. What other programs/companies can i offer my service to freelance sales?

    • Mark says:

      October 27th, 2012 at 8:16 am

      I want to earn money as an affiliate and I want to find the best website to do that for if I drive traffic to my affiliate link for that website. Is there a way for me to find out the top-ranking sales websites with free affiliate programs and maybe even what the best-selling items are?

    • colingrillo says:

      October 28th, 2012 at 12:21 am

      I read an article who mentioned affiliate marketing as one of the best ways on how to earn online. I am looking for a tutorial or anything that explains me about affiliate marketing. Thanks in advance.

    • timq3dimensionscom says:

      October 31st, 2012 at 8:46 am

      As an affiliate, what type of prize would get you interested when a merchant offers a promotion:
      Cash?
      Gadget?
      Experience day?
      Or something else?

    • Jon P says:

      November 8th, 2012 at 9:06 pm

      I am trying to research what affiliate programs are and how they work, I know of googles programs, but I am not sure what they are and how they work, if anyone can point me in the right direction, that would be great.

    • The Beatles says:

      November 10th, 2012 at 1:46 pm

      I have absolutely no money right now to use for advertising my affiliate marketing website. I just paid a web designer to develop a coupon like site that promotes affiliate products, but I have not made any money on it yet (it’s only a month old) and now I don’t have money for advertising. What do you suggest I use for completely free advertising?

    • NC Baller says:

      November 11th, 2012 at 8:47 pm

      I’m looking at purchasing the PPC-6700 for Alltel. But, I need to make sure that the bluetooth for the device is the Microsoft Bluetooth stack so it will be compatible with the Rockford Fosgate 360.2 that I use in my car.

      I’ve seen it mentioned in a few different places that the device has either the Microsoft stack or the Widcomm stack. Which one is it, and how can you tell which one has which? Can it be changed if it’s the wrong one?

    • krow147 says:

      November 12th, 2012 at 5:35 pm

      between Hd DVD’s and Blu ray Disks? Is there any at all? Whicxh is better? does the ps3 play hd dvds or only blu ray disks?

    • JackReynolds says:

      November 12th, 2012 at 10:47 pm

      Or Air Charters ???? Please Let me have the answer from business perspective and luxury ???????

    • Jack Bauer says:

      November 15th, 2012 at 11:47 am

      Hi
      I have written an ebook on how to get your local health service to pay for your expensive medicines when they refuse.
      It is for a digital download to the buyer’s PC and I need to locate forums and bulletin boards where I would be able to sell. The book would be available to buy with Paypal (credit/ debit card)
      http://www.euro321.com
      Many thnaks TJ

    • Jason M says:

      November 24th, 2012 at 1:51 pm

      I am new to web design. I created a website with the sole purpose of providing information. I used homestead.com for my template and it is a bit lack luster. My main problem is my landing page. I am having problems with people seeing my home page and then not progressing to my other pages. Would you please take a look and tell me what I can do to improve the image? Let me know if the content on the first page seems inviting or not…just give me an honest critique. Thank you so much.

      http://www.solution-reviews.com <—The website that needs work

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